Davey Place Holiday Town Houses
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 7.30 – Alice time, sadly 9am Tassie time. Our first visit out (after one to Coles supermarkets) is to nearby Richmond, a picture postcard village whose bridge is the oldest in Australia. It has a famous gaol but we opt not to enter, though the antique shops are visited in an attempt to evade the chill. In reality the temperature is around 11, but there is a cold wind and the contract has us running for anoraks and even (in M’s case) a woolly hat. The scenery is ...
... such as the trampoline and friendly and helpful staff. It's also free for kids and Tasmanians.
After MONA, we took a drive down the Huon Valley trail and had lunch at the Willie Smith Apple Cidery. It was pretty cool and a hipster person sort of hangout. It was also warm which was a bonus. On the way home we decided it was now or never to drive up to the top of Mount Wellington and we hit the snow fairly early and absolutely froze at the top with a ...
... it was even better for Sabrina and Margherita, who were amazed by the sky, apparently they had never seen a sky so full of stars before and the smiles on their faces, reminded me of why I started travelling. To share new experiences with people from all over the world. In that instance, I had added another memorable moment to my list. As we awoke the next morning, to yet another Teresa breakfast of eggs and bread, we decided to explore the sometimes forgotten area of the north ...
... this time) to Constitution Dock on the waterfront, where the yacht I crewed on was berthed all those years ago after taking line honours in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. The Wooden Boat Show was in full swing which captured an ambiance of old Hobart Town. Its wharfs lined with tall sailing ships and steam ferries now restored by boating enthusiasts. And in the background an enormous modern passenger liner stacked high with desks looking so out-of-place as Hobart has a charming ...
... no shoulder on either side and many areas where there wasn't even a centerline, as well as multiple one lane bridges! At each hairpin corner ( which there were probably 6-8 each mile) there was a road sign encouraging larger vehicles to honk their horn while going around the turn to warn other motorists of their approach! In the pouring rain and on the wrong side of the road this wasn't the most pleasant drive but slow and steady won the race. Just before ...